2. What's the Big Deal about Good Bacteria?

The digestive tract relies on good bacteria to function optimally. If you don't have healthy levels of good bacteria, your digestive tract finds it difficult to break down carbs and other foods. This can result in conditions such as SIBO. The SIBO diet helps ensure you're eating foods that support good bacteria -- foods that do not lead to spikes in bad bacteria levels.

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